Coil Festival 2018

Coil Festival 2018

13th Annual Coil Festival
January 10–February 4, 2018

Since 2006, Coil has presented works from the world’s most exhilarating and thought-provoking performers and interdisciplinary artists. Between January 10–February 4, 6 projects mark both the first performances in the newly renovated spaces at 150 1st Avenue.

See full calendar and purchased tickets online, here.
Clicking on the dates/times of the performances, listed below, will also take you to a page to buy a ticket for that specific show.

 

Heather Kravas
visions of beauty
Dance | 60 minutes | NY Premiere

Punk in attitude, feminist in spirit and deliberately anti-spectacle, visions of beauty is a dance about itself and the compulsive, lopsided, angry, funny, frustrating and redemptive messiness of everything.
Jan 10 6:30pm
Jan 11 8:30pm
Jan 12 9:30pm
Jan 13 6:30pm


Atlanta Eke
Body Of Work
Dance | 40 min | US Premiere

Body Of Work is a synthesis of the human body and technology, aiming to play with our perception of time, generating multiple and shifting points of focus for the audience, so they can create their own experience throughout the evening.
Jan 10 8pm
Jan 11 5:30pm


Dane Terry
Jupiter’s Lifeless Moons
Theatre, Music, Storytelling | World Premiere
Ethyl Eichelberger Award Winner + Performance Space New York Ramp Residency Artist

Jupiter’s Lifeless Moons is a surreal, sexual, cinematic romp through nocturnal America.
Jan 12 7:30pm
Jan 13 4pm
Jan 14 4pm
Jan 16 8:30pm
Jan 17 7:30pm


Angela Goh
Desert Body Creep
Dance | 40 min | US Premiere

A pop song becomes an ear-worm and burrows through the pores of a body, opening black holes, plot holes and worm holes.
Jan 16 7:30pm
Jan 17 5:30pm


Dean Moss/Gametophyte Inc.
Petra
Dance, Theatre, Performance | World Premiere

A masochistic autobiographical meditation on desire, Petra examines race, sex, and power through the lens of service and unrequited love.
Jan 23 7:30pm
Jan 24 7:30pm
Jan 25 7:30pm
Jan 26 7:30pm
Jan 27 7:30pm


David Thomson
he his own mythical beast
Dance, Performance | World Premiere

A meditation on the mythologies and contradictions of identity, race, gender, and the black body in post-modern American culture.
Jan 31 7:30pm
Feb 1 7:30pm
Feb 2 7:30pm
Feb 4 3pm

General Admission*: $20 until December 15 / $25 after December 15.
Student/Senior*: $15
Arts presenters should contact boxoffice@ps122.org for more information

For questions regarding the accessibility of our spaces, please contact our box office at boxoffice@ps122.org or at 212-477-5829 ext. 313

Tickets maybe purchased online or over the phone at 212-352-3101
All performances take place at Performance Space New York, 150 1st Avenue at 9th Street, New York, NY 10009
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*We do include a $2.50 fee for the convenience of reserving online or over the phone in advance. Walking up and using cash at the box office on the day of the show is also an option however please note that this time we cannot reserve tickets for people to pay for at the door. 

Institutional support is provided by: Australian Consulate-General in New York, Australia Council for the Arts, Axe-Houghton Foundation, Barragga Bay Fund, Bloomberg Philanthropies, British Council, Chromocell, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, East Village Community Coalition, Howard Gilman Foundation, The Harkness Foundation for Dance, Humanities New York, The Hyde and Watson Foundation, Jerome Foundation, Lambent Foundation Fund of Tides Foundation, MAP Fund, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Mertz Gilmore Foundation, Morrison Foerster Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, National Performance Network, New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, New York Community Trust, New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, Office of Contemporary Art Norway, Jerome Robbins Foundation, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Royal Norwegian Consulate-General in New York, The Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, The Shubert Foundation, Harold & Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust, and Theatermania.